The Beverley Hotel

 

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The creative spirit of the original Queen West is what inspired the new boutique BeverleyHotel. The BeverlyHotel has been influenced by art, creativity and music.  The lounge or rooftop patio at the hotel is a great place to chat over drinks.

The BeverleyHotel has a lofty goal: “We hope to reconnect that part of Queen Street that’s been lost in recent years, with a gathering place that provokes conversation, welcomes strangers and makes room for conflicting ideals.”

The finer things in life collide with the spirit of Queen West.  Community sourced ingredients give a local flavour to a diverse menu by chef Eric Wood. Time spent handcrafting cocktails can be tasted in every sip.

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And masterfully poured craft beers fuel lively debate over the merits of today’s curated playlist.

The raw yet refined space of the bar provides an ideal contrast to the intriguing elegance of the dining room – a contrast that suits the mix of guests and original denizens of the area perfectly.

It all adds up to a vibe that invites you to eat, drink and be merry, so

BEVERLEY_1780barpicThe BeverleyHotel is now booking Holiday Parties For November and December. The hotel can accommodate up to 100 people for a stand up cocktail Party or a private sit down dinner for up to 50 Guests.  The space is versatile so contact the hotel to find out more about some of the options for your next event.pull up a stool, and let the bartenders pour you a drink.

For more information visit:http://thebeverleyhotel.ca/     


Cavalcade of Lights Festival

October 21, 2013 by  
Filed under CitySocial, Ontario, Past Events, Toronto, Uncategorized

The Rosedale Main Street BIA had it’s annual Cavalcade of Lights Festival! This years event took place on Saturday November 30th from 2pm to 6pm. The highlight of the event was the lighting of the 50ft blue tree on top the CP bridge at Scrivener Square. This years event was bigger and better than ever with lots of fabulous entertainment and activities planned along the shops on Yonge Street from Woodlawn Avenue to Crescent Road.

Animal lovers met pygmy goats, alpacas, camels, mini horses, reindeers and much more at the Petting Zoo. Dog shows were presented by Dogfather & Co and marshmallows were roasted over an open fire in Ramsden Park!: horse and wagon rides, live musical performances, and delicious $5 special menu items, face painting, photos with Santa, carousel rides, and much more were also present at this spectacular event!

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We can’t wait for next year’s Cavalcade of Lights Festival!

Read Africa Ball

Join CODE for an African cultural experience in support of their work in providing great books, establishing libraries, training teachers and inspiring students as we continue to awaken young minds in Africa and unleash the potential for their future.

When: Thursday, November 7, 2013, 7 p.m.

Where: The Fermenting Cellar, Distillery District, Toronto

Literacy is the key to awakening young minds and unleashing potential for a future never before imagined.

A unique event celebrating African culture through music, art and artifacts, that will bring people together in Toronto In support of CODE. A meaningful evening that will make a difference in the lives of thousands of children.

  • Dancing to live African rhythms

  • Hors d’oeuvres

  • Silent auction and raffle consisting of various prizes including unique African items

The ticket price will be $75 per person (a partial tax receipt will be issued).

Buy your ticket online http://support.codecan.org/site/Calendar?id=100061&view=Detail

For more information or question, visit their website or send an email

Rolling Rampage On The Hill

Thursday October 10, 2013 was a very special day! Indeed, hundreds of elementary students participated to the 8th Annual Rolling Rampage event on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The aim of the event was first to showcase International Wheelchair Racing and to deliver the message that sports are accessible to all.

The sponsor of the event was The Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons, which is committed to advancing the immeasurable abundance of skill and capacity in Canada’s disability community.

Some of the world’s fastest wheelchair athletes have showcased their talent in a Men’s and Women’s 10K International Wheelchair Road Race. International Athletes coming from Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Japan, Korea and South Africa were present for that special event, such as Josh Cassidy, Diane Roy, Ernst Van Dyk and Amanda McGrory, to compete for $30,000 in prizes.

The Rolling Rampage On The Hill also welcomed Senators, Members of Parliament, and Ministers such as the Minister of State for Sport Bal Gosal. This event was an opportunity to show how sport can be inspiring and how strong is its healing power is for disabled persons.

For more information and photos of the event, consult our Media Coverage Page

THCC 2013 Vision Award

On Thursday October 10th 2013, The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce celebrated the THCC Vision Awards at The Art Gallery of Ontario.  This was an amazing event where six Canadian Hispanic Business Leaders were awarded for their excellence in their field and their positive impact on the Hispanic Community.

The six happy awarded recipients were:

-          Mauricio Idarraga for the Young Entrepreneur Award

-          Elisa Hajducek for the Entrepreneur Award

-          Kelly De La Flor for the Small Business Award

-          Abraham Catano for the Retail Award

-          Carlos Bastidas for the Arts and Culture Award

-          Mauricio Ospina for the Career Achievement Award

The event was very lively thanks to the jazz trio from Lula Lounge, the silent auction the appetizers and drinks! So many people were gathered that day mixing guests with nominees, easily recognizable thanks to their rose boutonniere. There were also a number of diplomats in attendance and all of the Hispanic media outlets.

The presentation of the event was remarkable with Ivy Cuervo from CBC as the MC, but also the sponsors.

But the highlight of the show was the Business of the year Award that awards the best business, embodying all of the highest attributes of entrepreneurship and community involvement. And the Award Recipient was Idalia Obregon, from EXITOTC who was instrumental in growing the THCC.

The evening was full of surprises and nobody wanted to leave the party! Finally, everyone took the bus shuttle for the Official After Party at Lula Lounge, to continue the evening in this joyful atmosphere!

 

Relive the THCC Vision awards thanks to:

Videos: Video THCC Vision Awards 2013  

Photos: Album THCC Vision Awards 2013

Video from Las Perlas del Mar  Video 

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